October 9, 1950 |
Oceanside, United States
|Known for||Various animation work with Klasky Csupo and other companies|
Peck's drawings have appeared in The New Yorker, Playboy, and Time, as well as numerous books, comics and movie posters. He has participated in gallery shows in Tokyo, Los Angeles, New York, and Washington, D.C., and has written animated cartoons for Rugrats, The Critic, and a series based on one of his own cartoon characters: Duckman.
Originally created as a comic book that was first published by Dark Horse in 1990, in 1994 Duckman was turned into an animated series for the USA Network. During its four year run, it won the CableACE Award, and was nominated for four Emmys.
Samples of Peck's personal sketches appear in the book It's Not My Fault [ISBN 1-59617-461-7], a companion piece to his 2011 solo exhibition at the Oceanside Museum of Art.
He currently resides at San Diego, California.
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